Let's quickly list the extreme positives:
- He fought through tough matches when he maybe wasn't playing his best against good opponents and got the wins
- He made it to the final when guys like Djokovic, Murray and Wawrinka lost early
- He is 33 years old, has four kids, and is still ranked #3 in the world
- He has made it to seven final this year, including a grand slam
- He is healthy again, playing sooooo much better than last year
- He is enjoying tennis and life on the tour at an age when several of the guys his age have already hung up their raquets
But on to Cincy now. We will see how he recovers from his busy week last week. Hopefully he can put up a good showing here, but if not, all the more time to rest and then practice up for U.S. Open, where I think he has a very good chance.